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Cannibalism
#46
[quote name='vector001' post='315101' date='Jan 2 2009, 03:37 PM']i woudn't murder for food. - i might mercy-kill...[/quote]



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It's up to us to make the best of all things that come our way;

Everything that's been has past.



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A man should never move a single step from his weapon.
#47
No, I could not "eat people" no way, no how!
#48
NO !



If a man believes in GOD then is not his food and water assured? In Isaiah 33 we read: >> iste in excelsis habitabit munimenta saxorum sublimitas eius panis ei datus est aquae eius fideles sunt <<



But even if a man has no belief in the Supreme Architect of the Universe, a man of honorable character, who maintains an unrestrained rectitude of his personal conduct, does not in the face of death abandoned his honor or forget the requirements of proper conduct.



An honorable man will act justly and honorably even if there were no laws, human or divine, to govern is conduct because he is honorable upon principal. It is his nature and may not be cast aside in the face of adversity.







Cheers,

Mick
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#49
yes i would start with the back strap make tastey little steaks . then smoke the leg &arm meat . i would let someone else eat the rump roast .i would leave the body whole . and then say a prayer and shovel some dirt over them .and have dinner
#50
[quote name='Rob6' post='315266' date='Jan 2 2009, 06:13 PM']
Quote:chances are that if you eat any brown-colored adult local's organ meat raw, you are going to get TB, Hepatitis, trichinosis, or HIV, or a combination of the same, in whole or in part, besides other things.



it ain't racist - it's just a valid observation.



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Vec, you slay me.....figuratively of course...hey why you looking at my thighs?!

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i was thinking of the Turd World.



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you know i love ya, brother - and by that i mean not just with Special Sauce, Lettuce, Cheese, Pickles, Onions, on a Sesame Seed BUN.



vec
#51
[quote name='Mick Chesbro' post='315311' date='Jan 2 2009, 10:24 PM']NO !



If a man believes in GOD then is not his food and water assured? In Isaiah 33 we read: >> iste in excelsis habitabit munimenta saxorum sublimitas eius panis ei datus est aquae eius fideles sunt <<



But even if a man has no belief in the Supreme Architect of the Universe, a man of honorable character, who maintains an unrestrained rectitude of his personal conduct, does not in the face of death abandoned his honor or forget the requirements of proper conduct.



An honorable man will act justly and honorably even if there were no laws, human or divine, to govern is conduct because he is honorable upon principal. It is his nature and may not be cast aside in the face of adversity.







Cheers,

Mick[/quote]



You're not into transubstantiation then.



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#52
I don't know, but I have nothing against eating a soul-less corspe.
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The gear we leave behind and the challenges we encounter, 
Are methods we use to cleanse our spirits.
Of Survivalists and Bushcrafters, Primitive Technologists too, we are one.........

It is the wilderness within, we strive for first and always.
Not everyone can have a cabin in the mountains.
The thread that connects us, is fine like silk and strong as steel.
Together, the song of the wilderness is the song we sing!

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#53
[quote name='Mick Chesbro' post='315311' date='Jan 2 2009, 10:24 PM']NO !



If a man believes in GOD then is not his food and water assured? In Isaiah 33 we read: >> iste in excelsis habitabit munimenta saxorum sublimitas eius panis ei datus est aquae eius fideles sunt <<



But even if a man has no belief in the Supreme Architect of the Universe, a man of honorable character, who maintains an unrestrained rectitude of his personal conduct, does not in the face of death abandoned his honor or forget the requirements of proper conduct.



An honorable man will act justly and honorably even if there were no laws, human or divine, to govern is conduct because he is honorable upon principal. It is his nature and may not be cast aside in the face of adversity.







Cheers,

Mick[/quote]





I do believe in God and attend Church, and if you are in that situation, your food HAS BEEN assured. I am not saying the Lord advocates cannibalism, but if that is ALL there is for food......well....then I guess that is all there is for food.



I wont turn this into a religious debate, because I can already see where that would be headed. I am sorry but again you cannot define "honor" for another man.....he does what he feels is right and he alone has to answer for it. I have done things in my life I am not proud of, but that does not mean I have no standard of honor.



Again I am not trying to be combative, but your statement implies that those of us who answer "yes" are somehow not moral or do not believe in God.....If anything I have said in my reply has offended you, I ask your forgiveness in advance. Keep the path brother, I do believe you are a good person based on your posts.
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#54
As I have said before, there are some very grave health risks that go along with eating people--so it would be a very last resort. Having said that, I don't find the idea of eating folks in a pinch, to be the slightest bit morally repugnant..



On the other hand, I would starve before I would eat a dog.



#1 God put dogs on this earth to be our best friend--not an entre'.



#2 While I never met a dog I didn't like; I've met quite a few people that were a PITA.



In an anarchic situation, with everyone doing whatever, I wouldn't hesitate to summarily execute anyone preparing to kill and eat a dog. I'd only kill cannibals if it was a necessary part of not getting eaten--otherwise, live and let live...



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A.} People who are After My Guns;



and;



B.} People who are Not After My Guns.



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#55
Just wondering:



How much nutrition is available from a carcass that died from starvation, or disease?



Duane
#56
[quote name='Cultural Woodsman' post='315415' date='Jan 3 2009, 07:59 AM'][quote name='Mick Chesbro' post='315311' date='Jan 2 2009, 10:24 PM']NO !



If a man believes in GOD then is not his food and water assured? In Isaiah 33 we read: >> iste in excelsis habitabit munimenta saxorum sublimitas eius panis ei datus est aquae eius fideles sunt <<



But even if a man has no belief in the Supreme Architect of the Universe, a man of honorable character, who maintains an unrestrained rectitude of his personal conduct, does not in the face of death abandoned his honor or forget the requirements of proper conduct.



An honorable man will act justly and honorably even if there were no laws, human or divine, to govern is conduct because he is honorable upon principal. It is his nature and may not be cast aside in the face of adversity.







Cheers,

Mick[/quote]





I do believe in God and attend Church, and if you are in that situation, your food HAS BEEN assured. I am not saying the Lord advocates cannibalism, but if that is ALL there is for food......well....then I guess that is all there is for food.



I wont turn this into a religious debate, because I can already see where that would be headed. I am sorry but again you cannot define "honor" for another man.....he does what he feels is right and he alone has to answer for it. I have done things in my life I am not proud of, but that does not mean I have no standard of honor.



Again I am not trying to be combative, but your statement implies that those of us who answer "yes" are somehow not moral or do not believe in God.....If anything I have said in my reply has offended you, I ask your forgiveness in advance. Keep the path brother, I do believe you are a good person based on your posts.

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My reply and my belief in this matter applies to me and me alone.



The honor that a man possesses may be reflected in the nature of his character and in the rectitude of his conduct, but is not something that can be (nor should be) easily judged by another.



Cannibalism is in fact discussed in the Bible (Jeremiah 19 for example) and if a man's relationship with his GOD allows him to eat the flesh of another man... that is between him and GOD.



Each of us must choose that which we will do, and that line that we will never cross.



Cannibalism is something that I will not do!



But, likewise I hold no contempt or disrespect for a man who finds it within himself to do this as a matter of survival.



My post was intended only as a statement of my personal belief... not as a condemnation of the beliefs of others on this matter.





Cheers,

Mick
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#57
I'm with Mick on this one, its a big NO. Goes against what I consider my values/morals.



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#58
If it really came down to it and it was ether eat Ned or die, I would have to say its chow time. Its part of surviving you have to set aside your plate fright in order to live another day. If I was the one possibly on the menu I would say go for it. Let my body fuel your survival. And besides Ned may taste like chicken. lol
#59
Not just "no", but "HELL NO"! A bit too close to home fer me.







[quote name='Whind Soull' post='315029' date='Jan 2 2009, 12:36 PM']So if you were out in the woods and had no food, and no way to get any, and one of your party members kicked off this mortal coil, would you eat them?



Life or death, ya know, not just feeling a bit peckish.[/quote]
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Die biting the throat.
#60
[quote name='sargehuf' post='315436' date='Jan 3 2009, 09:52 AM']Just wondering:



How much nutrition is available from a carcass that died from starvation, or disease?



Duane[/quote]

Dont think I'd touch a diseased corpse.As for a starved corpse it might be slim pickins.You lose alot of fat and muscle tissue when you starve to death.Might be a little something left in the bone marrow also.Starvation also leaves you more susceptible to disease.So pick your corpses wisely.


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